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As a Junior
Played in a career-high 25 games, averaging 1.0 ppg and 1.2 rpg ... recorded season highs in points (6), rebounds (7), assists (1), steals (1) and minutes played (14) in the season opener against Towson ... scored five points on 2-of-2 from the field in the win over Maryland-Eastern Shore ... tallied three points on a three-point play against Colgate in the Patriot League Tournament ... grabbed at least two two rebounds in 10 games during the year ... dished out four assists after having just two in previous two years at the Naval Academy ... had a huge deflection and steal in the final minute in Navy's come-from-behind victory at Elon, in a homecoming game for him ... played significant minutes in key victories over Penn, Mount St. Mary's, Wofford, Bucknell and Colgate ... scored two points in contests against St. Francis (N.Y.), Elon, Colgate and Lafayette.

As a Sophomore
Appeared in 12 games, starting the first four games of the year against Longwood, Drexel, Robert Morris and Texas-San Antonio ... averaged 1.7 ppg and 1.8 rpg in 7.3 minutes per outing ... tallied a career-high 12 points and five rebounds against the Northeast Conference regular-season champions, Robert Morris (Nov. 14). Went 4-of-5 from the field and connected on his first career three-pointer while grabbing two steals against the Colonials ... grabbed four rebounds against both Longwood (Nov. 9) and Penn (Nov. 24) ... recorded blocked shots against Penn and NJIT (Jan. 2).

As a Freshman
Brooks saw limited action in a reserve role, playing in 13 games, averaging 0.5 ppg, 0.6 rpg and dishing out two assists in 60 minutes ... saw his first career action in the opener against Loyola (Md.) (Nov. 10), playing five minutes ... scored his first career points and grabbed his first career rebound in the win over Brown (Nov. 14) ... played a career-best 15 minutes in a nationally-televised contest against Bucknell (Feb. 2), grabbing two rebounds and distributing an assist ... scored a season-best four points against Washington (Md.) (Dec. 20) while grabbing a career-high four rebounds in the same game ... also dished out an assist and grabbed a steal against St. John's.

High School
A 2006 graduate of Wakefield High School, Brooks lettered three times in basketball ... led team to a pair of Class 4-A State Championships ... team posted a 27-3 mark en route to a state title in 2004, then recorded a 27-4 mark and a state championship in 2006 ... hit the game-winning shot in the 2006 title game, then blocked the potential game-winning shot in the final seconds to preserve the victory ... following his senior season, Brooks earned first-team all-conference honors, academic all-conference accolades, was a member of the Eastern Regional all-tournament team and earned a Raleigh Sports Club Athlete of the Week citation ... was also named first-team all-conference in 2005 ... was a two-star player according to

Full name is Reginald Scott Brooks ... born April 13, 1988, in Raleigh, N.C. ... son of Winston Brooks and Sherrie Burnette ... father, Winston, is a teacher at South Granville High School, while his stepmother, Catherine, is the principal of South Granville's Health and Life Sciences School ... is an avid fisherman ... was one of eight players off the 2004 Wakefield team that went on to play Division I basketball ... in addition to the 2006 title, Wakefield also won the 2004 North Carolina State Championship ... majoring in political science.


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